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Person:Patrick Hays (3) Kinman of Person:George Hays (3), possibly same person as Patrick Hays (1)

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WeRelate DOB POB DOD POD DOM POM spouse Father Mother Notes
person:Patrick Hays (1) <1708 Ireland Francis The Oath Taker
person:Patrick Hays (3) 1771 Augusta VA 1823 1802 Jean Brown William (16) Jane Taylor
person:Patrick Hays (5) Parick Hays of Looney's Mill Creek. May be same person as Patrick (1)


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Hays Patrick 1 10 525 1741 List of deeds recorded in Orange County executed by Benjamin Borden, 1734-1745: To...; Charles Hays, 1st June, 1742; ... Patrick Hays, 16th August, 1742; Person:Patrick Hays (1) Presumed to be Patrick (1) as he apparently held land on both Borden's Grant, and on Beverley Manor.
Hays Patrick 2 10 509 1742 Capt. John Christian's List: John Christian, ... Patt Hayes… Person:Patrick Hays (1) John Christian was on Beverley Manor, suggesting this is Patrick (1)
Hays Patrick 1 10 299 1745 Patrick Hays vs. Charles Milliken.--Debt on bond dated 4th June, 1745. Writ 19th February, 1747. Defendant of Township of Deny, County of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Person:Patrick Hays (1) If the 1745 bond date is its due date, then we can interpret this record to indicate that Patrick was in Derry Township, Lancaster County at the time the debt was incurred, and is now in Augusta. Later records suggest that Patrick returned to Lancaster County after c1762.
Hays Patrick 2 10 432 1746 Page 1.--On __ _____, 1746, Commission from Gooch to the Sheriff to Elect Twelve of the most able men of the Parish to be sworn a Vestry, the Sheriff caused to come to the Court House all the Freeholders and Housekeepers, who elected James Patton, John (S) Buchanan, John Madison, Patrick Hayes, John Christian, John Buchanan, Robert Alexander, Thomas Gordon, James Lockhart, John Archer, John Mathews, John Smith, who qualify. Person:Patrick Hays (1) Vestryman
Hays Patrick 1 10 294 1746 Patrick Hays vs. Samuel Doak.--Defendant brother of John Doak. 17th April, 1746. Unassigned
Hays Patrick 3 38 6 1747 Page 37.--21st May, 1747. Sarah Hays qualifies administratrix of George Hayes, with surety Patrick Hayes. Person:Patrick Hays (1) Sarah the wife of George Hays, presumed kinsman of Patrick Hays, relationship unknown. George Hays owned land called Long Meadow, which is probably a reference to Long Meadow Run now Bever Creek,, on Beverley's Manor
Hays Patrick 3 38 259 1747 Page 231.--20th May, 1747. William Porter, yeoman, to Thomas Hill, £28 current money Virginia; 395-1/2 acres on Middle Creek; John McDowell's line; Patrick Hays' line. Teste: David Mitchell, Nathaniel Evins, Alexander Moore. Acknowledged by William, and dower released by Jane, his wife, 21st May, 1747. Person:Patrick Hays (1) Beverleys manor residents
Hays Patrick 3 38 261 1747 Page 294.--13th August, 1747. William Beverley to Robert Alexander, £9.9.0; 314 acres in Beverley Manor; Patrick Hays' line; corner Robert Ramsey. Witnessed and proved as above. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location
Hays Patrick 3 38 263 1747 Page 357.--20th August, 1747. Patrick Hay to Charles Mullican (Milican). £22 current money Virginia; 297 acres granted to Patrick by patent, 30th June, 1743; on James River on east side Looney's Mill Creek. Teste: William Lusk, John Wilson, Charles Hays. Acknowledged, 20th August, 1747. Person:Patrick Hays (5) Looney's Mill Creek is in Bath County well to the north of Augusta County. This is perhaps an indication that Patrick owned property on both Beveley's Manor, and in Bath. But it may also be that there were two Patricks Hays' in the general area at the same time. For the moment I'm assuming these are two different persons.
Hays Patrick 3 38 264 1747 Page 383.--17th October, 1747. Wm. Beverley to Samuel Steel, £17.14.0; 690 acres in Beverley Manor; corner to James Huston; David Steel's land; corner to Robert Alexander; corner to Patrick Hayes. Teste: Robert Alexander, Robert Ramsey, John Fulton. Proved by two Roberts, 18th November, 1747. Proved by John, 22d August, 1766. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 3 38 265 1747 Page 428.--18th November, 1747. £62 current money Virginia. Robert Turk and Margret, his wife, to Robert Patrick. On 6th September, 136, was patented to Wm. Beverley, &c., &c., and Wm. Beverley on _____ day _____ conveyed to Robert Turk 1,313 acres thereof in Orange; 437 acres, part of 1,313 in Beverley Manor, crossing Shanandore. Robt. Turk, Margret Turk. Teste: John Madison, Patrick Hayes, David Stuart. Acknowledged, 18th November, 1747, and Margret releases dower. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 1 10 30 1747 AUGUST 19, 1747... (250) Petition of James McCown for road from the crossroad below Patrick Hays's, also the road that leads by Edward Hall's to their meeting at the foot of the mountain. Unassigned
Hays Patrick 2 10 433 1748 Page 16.--12th April, 1748: John Montgomery and Francis McCown: 18th January, processioned for Patrick Hays; 12th January, processioned for Samuel Dunlap, Pat Hays present; 12th January, processioned for Wm. Lockridge, Samuel Dunlap present; 18th January, processioned for James Archer, Richard Cousor present; 18th January, processioned for Wm. Mc Canless, Robt. Dunlapp present; Jno. Lowry, Robt. Dunlapp present; Robt. Dunlapp, Robert Lowry present; 14th January, processioned for Samuel Anderson, Wm. McCanless present; Geo. Henderson, Ro. Lowry present; Wm. Mitchell, Jas. Moore present; 15th January, processioned for Wm. Cowdon, Robert Bags present; Francis McCown, John Downy present; James Moore, Alexander Walker present; James Robinson, Jas. Walker present; 15th January, processioned for Alex. Walker, Jno. Walker present; 27th January, processioned for John Walker, James Walker present; processioned for James Walker, James Robinson present; processioned for Samuel McCutchen; processioned for James Shields; processioned for John Shields; processioned for Nathan Lusk; 28th January, processioned for Thomas Berry; processioned for Wm. Berry; processioned for James Trimble; processioned for James Martin; processioned for Joseph Coulton; processioned for Robert Coulton. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 2 10 434 1748 Page 17.--James Fulton and John Mitchell make returns, viz: 1748, 26th March, processioned for Samuel Doak, present Samuel Braford; processioned for John Mitchell, present Samuel Doak; processioned for Samuel Braford, present Samuel Doak; processioned for John Buchanan, present James Cowen; processioned for Martha Mitchell (widow), present John Buchanan; processioned for James Cowen, present David Mitchell; processioned for David Moor, present Jas. Cowan; processioned for Robert Wilson, present Andrew Alexander; processioned for Andrew Alexander, present Robert Wilson; processioned for Patrick Campbell, present Joseph Reed; processioned for Joseph Reeds, present Chas. Campbell; processioned for Chas. Campbell, present Pat. Campbell; processioned for Patrick Hays, present Wm. Robinson; processioned for Robert Alexander, present Robert Ramsey; processioned for Robt. Ramsey, present Pat. Hays; processioned for Sarah Ramsey (widow), present Robt. Ramsey; processioned for John Lockhart, present Pat. Hays; Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 3 38 12 1748 Page 157.--17th March, 1748-9. David Moore's inventory by James Fulton, John Mountgomery and Patrick Hays. Ro Coulton, due for 2 gallons whiskey at 3 shillings; Jno. Shields, due; Jno. Carr, due; Jas. Aikin, due; Benj. Watson, due; Jonathan Brown, due; James Walker, due; John Lowry, due; Jno. Edmiston, due; Wm. McCreerey, due; James Shields, due; Wm. Worthclaw, due. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 1 10 323 1748 Borden's Executors vs. James Edmonson and Sarah: late Sarah Hays.-- Was unmarried 17th May 1748. James Hays, son of Sarah. Signature of Patrick Hays Person:Patrick Hays (3) May be same as Person:Patrick Hays (1)
Hays Patrick 3 38 16 1749 Page 244.--26th February, 1749. Andrew Boyd's will, farmer--Wife, Rebecca; two sons, Thomas and John; cousin, Jno. White, 1 cow, if he come to live here. He is to live 3 or 4 years at a Spring between (betwixt) Andrew's dwelling house and the Half Way Creek. Executors, wife and James Fulton. Teste: Wm. Hay, Jennat Boggs, Robert Alexander. Proved, 22d May, 1750, by Hay and Boggs, and both executors give bond, with sureties Patrick Hays. Rebecca's mark-- Person:Patrick Hays (1) Half Way Creek is on Beverley manor, and crosses the property of Patrick (1)
Hays Patrick 3 38 279 1749 Page 492.--27th February, 1749. Same to William Robinson, 380 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner Robert Ramsey, patent line. Corner Patrick Hays. Teste: Andrew McCord, William Robison Andrew Duncan. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 3 38 280 1749 Page 505.--27th February, 1749. Deed for the Glebe. Robert Campbell, Gent., to James Lockhart and John Madison, Church Wardens, and the other vestrymen, viz: James Patton, John Buchanan, Patrick Hays, John Christian, John Buchanan, Robert Alexander, Thomas Gordon, John Archer, John Mathews, John Smith, 200 acres in Beverley Manor. Corner James Clarke. 350 acres conveyed to Robert by Beverley, 24th July, 1740. Teste: Patrick Cook, John Risk, Matthew Wilson, Nathan Patterson, Samuel Walker. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor and on ID as vesstryman
Hays Patrick 3 38 325 1751 Page 274.--15th May, 1751. Same to Thomas Hill, 50 acres in Borden's tract, cor. to a tract which Thos. Beard purchased of Samuel Donlop; cor. said Thomas Baird and Patrick Hays; cor. said Thos. Hill's old survey. Delivered to Thos. Hill. January, 1757. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 3 38 304 1752 Page 362.--20th May, 1752. William Robinson and Martha to Samuel Houston, 380 acres. In Beverley Manor; corner Robert Ramsey; corner Patrick Hays. Teste: John Huston, John Pery, John Huston. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 1 10 437 1752 [c1752] Petition for road from Joseph Kennedy's Mill to John Huston's, and from John Huston's to the great road from Timber Grove to Woods Gap: James Hill, Joseph Kenedy, John Wilson, James Eakin, John Handly, William Wardlaw, William Lockridge, John Edenston, William McConnell, Walter Eakin, Robert Stewart, Robert Dunlap, Andrew Duncan, John Huston, Samuel Huston, Robert Alexander, Patrick Hays, John Mountgomery, Andrew Steel, John Stewart. Person:Patrick Hays (5)? This may be a different Patrick Hays, perhaps Patrick (5). Other members of crew look to be from an area well to the east of where Patrick (1) lived.
Hays Patrick 3 38 313 1753 Page 292.--15th May, 1753. Samuel Houston to John Sprowl, 194 acres in Beverley Manor on Beverley Manor and Borden's lines; John Montgomery's line; corner Patrick Hays; corner Robert Ramsey, part of 380 acres purchased by Samuel from Wm. Robinson. Teste: Thomas Paxton, James Edmiston, Francis Beatcy. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 3 38 36 1753 Page 80.--3d May, 1753. Samuel Moore's appraisement, by Patrick Hays, William McCanless, Samuel Lanlap (Dunlap?). not assigned
Hays Patrick 1 10 442 1753 [c1753] To the Worshipful Court of Augusta now sitting: We, the inhabitants of this County, have long felt the smart of the great indulgence the ordinary keepers of this County have met with in allowing them to sell such large quantities of rum and wine at an extravagant rate... We, your petitioners, humbly pray your worship to put a stop to the said liquors, which would encourage us to pursue our laborious designs... Patrick Hays and 61 other petitioners Person:Patrick Hays (1) Signed by Patrick Hays, plus 61 other petitioners. ID based on identity of co-signers such as Alexander Walker and John Walker, of Borden's Grant, who lived nearby. See:[[Transcript:Augusta VA, Petition to restrain sales of rum and wine by ordinary keepers, c1753] for full transcript
Hays Patrick 3 38 329 1754 Page 420.--21st August, 1754. Same to Robert Wire (Weir), 240 acres, part of 92,100, both sides of Halfway Creek; corner to Patrick Hays. Delivered to James Telford, October, 1763. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor; Halfway Creek crosses the property of Patrick (1).
Hays Patrick 3 38 37 1755 Page 89.--18th March, 1755. James Fulton's appraisement taken by Hugh and Sarah Fulton, executors, appraised by Alex. Brownlee, Patrick Hays, Robert Alexander. not assigned
Hays Patrick 2 10 444 1756 Page 176.--1756: PRocessioned by John Tate and Samuel Doak, in Cap. James Mitchell's Company, viz: for Widow Mitchell, for Wm. Thompson, for james Robinson, for Charles Campbell, for Saml. Brawford, for John Mitchell, for Saml. Doak, for Widow Fulton, for Robt. Alexander, for Nathl. and Robt. Steele, for David Hays, for Helen Mitchell and Jno. Tate, for David Doak, for James Cowan, for Robert Sayers, for John Campbell, for Pat. Campbell, for John Ward, for Widow McTyre, for John and Alex. Brownlee, for Saml. Steele, for Patrick Hays, for John Fulton, for Thomas Tate, for Robert Willson. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor of others being processioned
Hays Patrick 3 38 341 1756 Page 275.--17th March, 1756. John ( ) Sproul, weaver, to Williamn Purris, weaver, £45, 194 acres in Beverley Manor conveyed to John by Samuel Houston, a stony timber hill in John Montgomerey's and Beverley Manor's and Borden's patents line. Pat. Hays' cor. Person:Patrick Hays (1) Beverley Manor
Hays Patrick 3 38 54 1758 Page 328.--20th September, 1758. Vendue of John Snodgrass' estate, by Agnes Patton--To David Edmund, Wm. Parris, Robt. McRandolph, John Wardlaw, Wm. Adair, Peter Angel. Paid to John Mountgomery, Edmond Tarr, James Henry, Jno. Rosamond, Patrick Hays, James McCown, Andrew Steel not assigned
Hays Patrick 1 10 82 1758 AUGUST 19, 1758...(204) Patrick Hayes petitions for freedom dues against his late master, Thomas Paxton. And, on motion of Patrick Hayes, Robert Cunningham to be summoned to show cause why be has not paid his wife, Eleanor Hayes, her freedom dues. Probably Person:Patrick Hays (3) ID based on fact that Patrick (1) declared self importation in 1740, and his wife's name was Frances, not Eleanor
Hays Patrick 3 38 357 1759 190.--17th November, 1759. Patrick Hays and Frank (Frances) to Wm. Hays £100, 255 acres on both sides of patent line of Beverley Manor and Burden's great tract, part of 854 acres held by patent of Beverley and Borden; corner Dunlape. Teste: Samuel Gallt, Hugh Hays. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 3 38 358 1759 Page 205.--7th November, 1759. Samuel Steel and Sarah to Robert Steel, £20, 330 acres in Beveriey Manor, part of 590 acres granted Samuel by Beverley; corner Robt. Alexander and Patrick Hays. Teste: Wm. Peerviance, Patrick McCorkle. Delivered: Samuel Steel, June, 1766. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 3 38 55 1759 Page 334.--21st November, 1759. Saml. Gray's bond (with Patt. Hays, Jno. Allison) as guardian (?) to Joseph Gray, orphan of John Gray. not assigned
Hays Patrick 3 not indexed 77 1759 Page 229.--21st November, 1759. Samuel Gray's bond (with Patrick Hays, Jno. Allison), as guardian (chosen) to Joseph Gray, orphan of Jno. Gray. not assigned
Hays Patrick 3 38 77 1759 Page 228.--21st November, 1759. William Gray's bond (with Patrick Hays, Samuel Paxton), as guardian (chosen) to Benjamin, orphan of Jno. Gray. not assigned
Hays Patrick 3 38 60-61 1760 Page 437.--12th January, 1760. Deed of apprenticeship--William Hays, son of Patrick Hays, binds himself to William Wilson, taylor, to be taught the said trade, service and occupation of a taylor for 18 years. Signed, Patrick Hays, William Wilson. Teste: James Stevenson, James Hughes, Wm Lusk. Patrick (1) had a son William, per his oath of importation. We currently have him as William (16), though the DOB currently given (1742) is not consistent with his importation in 1740. William (16) may be misidentified as the son of Patrick (1), but its also possible that this is a different Patrick (perhaps Patrick (5). The connection to the Lusk family, suggests a family connection with John Hays (20), who identifies a Robert Lusk in his will (probably a soninlaw). TDescendants of that John Hays are a YDNA match for descendants of Patrick (1). Further work needed.
Hays Patrick 3 38 369 1761 Page 277.--6th May, 1761. Charles Milliken (Mellegan, Millegan), of Orange County, North Carolina, to John Buchanan, gent., power of attorney to convey 297 acres patented to Patrick Hays, 30th June, 1743, and since conveyed to Charles by said Hay. Teste: Jno. Smith, David Robinson, David Luney, John Luney. Person:Patrick Hays (5) This parcel matches up with the 297 acre parcel patented to Patrick Hays on Looney's Mill Creek, well to the south of Beverley Manor in modern Botetourt.
Hays Patrick 2 10 401 1762 1762--page 100, Patrick Hays, Pennsylvania, (1762, August), Recording Kerr's deeds to you; Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on locationin PA beginning about 1762
Hays Patrick 3 38 386 1762 Page 433.--17th August, 1762. James Kerr, of Roanoke County, North Carolina, to Patrick Hays in Derry Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, £250, 474 acres in Beverley Manor, conveyed to Jame Patton. 18th May, 1750; cor. James Leeper. Teste: Elax. ( ) Brownlee. Acknowledge. Delivered: Pat. Hays, March Court, 1769. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on locationin PA beginning about 1762
Hays Patrick 2 10 448 1762 Page 356.--19th November, 1762: Vestry met. Patrick Hays resigns as Vestryman. William Preston allowed for recording the vestry proceedings from the beginning in a new book. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on Vestry man position
Hays Patrick 3 38 388 1762 Page 506.--18th August, 1762. Robert Ramsey and Margaret, of Anson County in North Carolina, to James Henry, £70, 340 acres in Beverley Manor, cor. Samuel Huston; cor. Robert Alexander and Patrick Hays; cor. Wm. Purris. Acknowledged and privy examination. Delivered: Samuel Henry, 21st June, 1771. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 3 38 403 1763 Page 385.--17th September, 1763. William Hays and Frances to Hugh Hayes, £98, 255 acres on line of Beverley Manor and Borden's tract; cornerPatrick Hayes; corner Dunlap. Delivered: Francis Smith, 1st October, 1767. Teste: John McMahon, Thomas Hill, James ( ) Telford. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 3 38 426 1765 Page 60.--20th August, 1765. Patrick Hays and Frances to Hugh Hays, £100, 400 acres corner Robert Alexander, Halfway Creek. Teste: John Taylor Wm. Robertson, Robert Alexander. Delivered: Francis Smith, 1st October, 1767. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor; Halfway creek crosses Patrick (1)'s property
Hays Patrick 3 38 429 1765 Page 150.--17th August, 1765. Borden's executors to William Pollock, £30, 190 acres, part of 92100; corner Thomas Beard in John Montgomery's line; corner Patrick Hays, Beverley Manor line, James and Samuel McDowell, and Wm. McKee Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location in Beverley manor; Halfway creek crosses Patrick (1)'s property
Hays Patrick 2 10 455 1767 Page 441.--[c1767] Processioners' returns, by Thos. Shields and Jas. Meteire, viz: For Patt. Campbell, for Wm. Campbell, for Robt. Willson, for Thos. Brown, for Wm. Thompson, for Pat. Hays, for John Ward, for Wm. Purrens (Purvens), for James Henry, for Nathl. Steele, for Geo. Bright, for Roben Mitchel, for Robt. Alexander, for Wm. Walker, for Roben Willson, for John Mitchell, for James Mitchell, for John Buchanan, for David Cunningham, for Wm. Campbell, for Thomas Mitchell, for James Meteire, for Hugh Hays, for Reuben Steele, for Thomas Steele, for Thomas Shields, for David Doake, for John Teate, for Samuel Doake, for Samuel Brawford, for James Cowan, for Saml. McCutchen, for Alex. Campbell, for James Moffett, for Wm. Cunningham, for David Doake, for Hugh Fulton and James Fulton, for Saml. Steele, for Alex. Brownlee, for John Brownlee. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on location of other land owners in Beverley manor
Hays Patrick 1 10 145 1768 15 March 1768...(500) Hemp certificates: Baptist McNabb, James Crockett, Thos. McCallock, Pat. Hays, Andrew Hall, Andrew Woods, Elizabeth Taylor, Andrew Lewis, Alexr. Evans, David Forbes, John Hopkins, Archd. Hopkins. Unassigned, but probably not Patrick (1) who has gone to PA by this date
Hays Patrick 3 38 488 1769 Page 521.--15th August, 1769. Patrick Hays, in Derry Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, to Samuel Hays, £250, 215 acres in Beverley Manor, by deed, 18th May, 1750, corner Thomas Yates' land; corner James Mitchell; corner William Hays. Teste: Patrick, John and Robert Buchanan, Wm. Brownlee. Delivered: Alex. Brownlee, October, 1779. Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on locationin PA beginning about 1762
Hays Patrick 3 38 538 1774 Page 209.--15th March, 1774. Hugh Hays and Mary to William Pollock. Teste: James Henry, Patrick Hay, William Moore. Unassigned
Hays Patrick 1 10 179 1774 MAY 17, 1774...(450) Mary Moore, servant of Pat. Hays. Unassigned
Hays Patrick not 560 1779 Page 124.--19th October, 1779. Hugh Hays, of Augusta, son of, Patrick Hays and nephew of Hugh Hays, late of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, deceased, to James Buchanan. Similar to above. Person:Patrick Hays (1) Hugh Hays (5) is the son of Patrick and nephew of Hugh, late of lancaster
Hays Patrick 3 38 560 1779 Page 123.--19th October, 1779. Patrick Hays, brother of Hugh Hays, deceased, late of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, to James Buchanan, all his interest in estate of Hugh, deceased, in Pennsylvania, or of his daughter Margaret (deceased ?). Person:Patrick Hays (1) ID based on locationin PA beginning about 1762
Hays Patrick 3 38 576 1785 Page 300.--15th November. [c1785] Patrick Hays, of Lincoln County, Virginia, to John Greenlee, of Rockbridge County, power attorney to sell tract on Halfway Creek. Teste: Michael Coulter, Hugh Fulton. Patrick Hays of Lincoln County VA; selling land originally held by Patrick (1). This is probably a son of Patrick (1).
Hays Patrick 3 Patrick Hays Sr. 38 589 1789 Page 416.--7th November, 1789. John Greenlee of Rockbridge, attorney in fact for Patrick Hayse, Sr., of Lincoln, Kaintuckey, to James Hendry (Henry). Teste: James and Robert Henry. Patrick Hays of Lincoln County VA
Hays Patrick 3 38 210 1795 Page 234.--18th December, 1795. William Mitchell's estate appraised by James Moffett, Jacob Bowngarner, Patrick Hays. Patrick Hays of Augusta or Rockbridge, likely Person:Patrick Hays (3), but could be another Patrick
Hays Patrick 3 38 228 1797 Page 55.--__ _____, 1797. Arthur Hamilton's will--To wife, Barbara; daughters, Margraret, Mary, Sarah; sons, John and James; daughter, Martha; sons, David and Alexander. Executors, wife Barbara and son John. Teste: Wm. Blair. Patrick Hays, John Cunningham. Proved, 23d June, 1906. John qualifies. Patrick Hays of Augusta or Rockbridge, likely Person:Patrick Hays (3), but could be another Patrick
Hays Patrick 2 10 334 1799 1799--January 8, John Moffett, Jr., and Patrick Hays, surety. John Moffett, Jr., and Sally Hays, sister to Patrick Hays, and of age. Patrick Hays of Augusta or Rockbridge, likely Person:Patrick Hays (3), but could be another Patrick
Hays Patrick 2 10 340 1802 1802--January 25, Patrick Hayes and William Brown, surety. Patrick Hayes and Jane Brown, daughter of above William Brown. Person:Patrick Hays (3) Patrick Hays of Augusta or Rockbridge, record shows he married Jean Brown dau of William Brown
Hays Patrick 3 38 234 1809 Page 278.--19th April, 1809. William Brown, Sr.'s, will--To wife, Jean; son, Thomas; grandson, John Brown, son to Thomas; son, Samuel, and his son, William; son, John (infirm); son, William, and his son, William (under 18); daughter, Jean Hays, wife to Patrick Hays; daughter, Mary Mitchell, wife to James Mitchell, Jr.; youngest son, Robert (tract called Cross Keys tract); five sons. Executors, son Robert and son-in-law Pat. Hays. Teste: James Asten, John Asten, Sr. and Jr. Proved, 26th June, 1809. Executors qualify. Person:Patrick Hays (3) Patrick Hays of Augusta or Rockbridge, will of wife's father shows Patrick married Jean Brown dau of William Brown
Hays Patrick 3 38 261 ? Record not found

Table Notes

The above records were extracted from Chalkley's Chronicles for persons of a specific given name (e.g "William Hays") ordered by "Year"**. Plausible spelling variants (e.g., "Wm. Hayes", "William Heas", etc) are included. In some cases plausible variants that might be typographical corruptions are included for the sake of erroring on the "safe side". For example, Chalkley gives a parenthetical note for one record indicating that he couldn't tell from the original source whether the person meant was "Hugh Keyes" or "Hugh Hayes". In this particular case, the record is probably for "Hugh Keyes", but has been included with the listing for Hugh Hays for the sake of the possibility that it really does refer to a Hugh Hays.

*The number of entries under this name in the Index to Chalkley's Chronicles. The actual number of records may be larger (most likely) or smaller, depending on the accuracy of the index. Some records in Chalkley's for the target may not appear in the index, and other records may not be located on the page described. The former records are indicated in this column with "not", standing for "not found in the index". The latter records are indicated under "text" with a "?" Note that some records, not captured in Chalkelys index, may not appear at all in this listing.
** "Year" assigned may not be the year the record was made, but the year which appears to be related to the event described associated with the person of interest. For example, if testimony was entered into the court records in the year 1836 describing the Revolutionary War record of the target, then the assigned date is not 1836 (when the record was made) but approximate date 1776 (the start of the Revolution).
***This is the current "best guess" as to the identity of the person associated with this record. Note that it is not always possible to tell who a particular records applies to. If the record includes details of the persons family, then it's easier to make the identification. Sometimes no such information is available in the record, but there will be other clues (such as adjacent neighbors, etc) that allow the identification. In any case, sometimes one "John Smith" looks pretty much like another "John Smith", so take these identifications with a healthy grain of salt.

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